It is hard to describe my gratitude for Sunrise Haven. The loving atmosphere provided me the opportunity to tune in to God’s thoughts better following a tumble I took on the ski slopes. During such a “tuning,” I was thinking about that “willingness to become as a little child” “to leave the false landmarks” that Mary Baker Eddy writes about on page 323 and 324 of Science and Health. I realized that any material sense testimony is a false landmark. Earlier on the page, she talks about “righteousness, peace, and purity, which are the landmarks of Science.” I decided that every time one of these false landmarks tried to get my attention, I would turn to a landmark of Science instead. When I got up the next morning, I realized I was actually just pushing the walker in front of me. I no longer needed anything anymore to walk – just God. I am so thankful for the fine-tuning we get to do with God and for the healing atmosphere of Sunrise Haven.
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